presentation - Jisc-ARMA ORCID pilot project

Report
22/01/2015
Jisc-ARMA ORCID Pilot Final Project Meeting
Catherine Grout, Head of Change – Research, Jisc
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Aims of Day
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to provide a forum for networking, sharing of experiences and collaboration
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to showcase key achievements of universities who set out to implement ORCID
identifiers in systems and workflows as part of the Jisc-ARMA ORCID pilot
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to explore and reflect on themes and findings of the projects, discuss gaps and
remaining challenges and agree priorities going forward
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Structure of Day
Time
10:30-11:00
11:00-11:15
11:15-11:45
11:45-12:00
12:00-13:15
13:15-14:00
14:00-14:15
Activity
Tea & coffee
Welcome, Introduction and Jisc update
Catherine Grout, Jisc
ORCID adoption in HEIs update
Laure Haak & Josh Brown, ORCID
ORCID and Wikipedia
Andy Mabbett, ORCID Wikipedian in residence
Overview of ORCID pilot projects
(Southampton University, Imperial College, Swansea University, University of Oxford
Aston University, University of York, Northumbria University, University of Kent)
Lunch
Update on Institutional ORCID and cost-benefit analysis report
Rob Johnson, Research Consulting & Verena Weigert, Jisc
14:15-15:15
Themed World Café Style discussions on impact, sustainability and reflections on what’s been achieved and next steps.
15:15-15:30
Coffee break
15:30-15:50
15:50-16:00
Feedback from discussions
Wrap-up and next steps
Simon Kerridge, ARMA
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Jisc update
Three closely
related
themes and
major work
areas
Scholarly
Communications
Research Data
Management
Research
Information
Management
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Research at Risk
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Building on previous work a series of consultations have identified
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Need to develop key shared services and infrastructure and their underpinning
standards to support RDM and RIM
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Need for clear advice and guidance with practical tools and frameworks (focussed
on HEI’s) to make RDM business as usual within two years
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Vision and Roadmap with key stakeholders nationally and internationally
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Key RIM challenges
Supporting adoption and implementation of key standards and addressing
sustainability
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Jisc- Casrai UK pilot ((http://jisccasraipilot.jiscinvolve.org/wp/ - now drawing to a
close)
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Sustainable approach to Orcid implementation in the UK
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Frameworks e.g. CERIF
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Key RIM challenges
Joining up people and systems e.g.
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People – RIM Group met last week (well attended by range of organisations,
funders, vendors, HEI’s, standards organisations)
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Systems – RCUK-Jisc Overview of System Interoperability Project (OSIP)
(consider major interoperability challenges around RC systems and where standards
can help – leading to report to RC’s post workshop in Spring)
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Key RIM challenges
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Systems – RCUK-Jisc Overview of System Interoperability Project (OSIP)
Pain points / opportunities
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Provocation
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Interface between JeS Grant Application System and HEI systems
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Interface between Researchfish and HEI systems
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Gateway to Research - and Third Party systems
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Standardising Non-HEI organisational names in RC systems
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JeS Student Details and RO Student Information Systems
Interoperability initiatives
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Provocation
a
ORCID (Open Researcher and Contributor ID)
b
Syntax - CERIF (Common European Research Information Format), Semantic Web (eg VIVO)
and JSON (probably the leading options)
c
Organisational Name standards - ISNI (International Standard Name Authority) and
Ringgold, and many others. Note CASRAI OrgID group work in this area.
d
Open Access metadata standards (eg RIOXX, CASRAI OA reporting initiatives)
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Next steps for ORCID adoption
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Communicating lessons learned: Verena will talk later about how we will be
disseminating results of pilot and how we can build on what has been learnt
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ORCID National Arrangement
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Jisc will now consult to gauge level of interest in an ORCID Group membership
(ORCID will outline what this is)
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Interest already building (including via [email protected] consultation)
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Please contact Verena if you would like to be part of that consultation
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Jisc is considering what other support we can provide post pilot – e.g. technical
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Will now re-convene the ORCID implementation group to look at how this national
arrangement might operate and next steps for UK ORCID implementation
(Jisc, ARMA, HEFCE, RCUK, UCISA, HESA, SCONUL, RLUK, Wellcome Trust, BL)
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Find out more…
Catherine Grout
Head of Change e-Research,
Jisc
[email protected]
@catherineyettegrout
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